Maumahara ki tērā Nōema

Maumahara ki tērā Nōema

Book - 2012 | Maori
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"It's almost Guy Fawkes Night, and at the school speech competition Andy talks about Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder Plot. The children cheer excitedly, thinking Andy will win the contest. But then, Aroha gets up, wearing a white feather in her hair, and tells the story of another fifth of November - the invasion of Parihaka in 1881"--Publisher information. Suggested level: junior, primary.
Publisher: Wellington, N.Z. : Huia Publishers, 2012.
Branch Call Number: J 993.48 BEC
Characteristics: [32] p. :,col. ill. ;,27 cm.
Additional Contributors: Fisher, Lindy
Notes: Picture story book for children in Māori.
Published simultaneously in English as: Remember that November.

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Librarians recommend: Books about Parihaka

There are a number of excellent resources available if you'd like to learn more about the 1881 invasion of the Parihaka settlement by Government forces, the aftermath and ongoing legacy of this event. Whether you want something that's suitable for children, a fictional account or well-researched history on the topic, our library collection has got you covered. For Kids Maumahara ki tērā Nōema… (more)

Librarians recommend: Books about Parihaka

There are a number of excellent resources available if you'd like to learn more about the 1881 invasion of the Parihaka settlement by Government forces, the aftermath and ongoing legacy of this event. Whether you want something that's suitable for children, a fictional account or well-researched history on the topic, our library collection has got you covered. For Kids Maumahara ki tērā Nōema… (more)


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Two speeches are told at the school speech competition. One is about Guy Fawkes, another is about another fifth of November - the invasion of Parihaka in 1881.

'Remember that November' translated in to Te Reo Māori by Kawata Teepa

At her school speech competition, Aroha shares the story of events that occurred on the 5th of November - the invasion of Parihaka.

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ChristchurchKids Nov 28, 2013

Parihaka is now featuring more frequently in our schools as part of the curriculum learning and those of us who missed out on this learning are discovering a sad but inspirational part of our history. Na, Kirsten Smith, Ngā Ratonga Maori, Ngā Kete Wānanga o Ōtautahi.

Parihaka is now featuring more frequently in our schools as part of the curriculum learning and those of us who missed out on this learning are discovering a sad but inspirational part of our history.


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ChristchurchKids Nov 28, 2013

Parihaka is now featuring more frequently in our schools as part of the curriculum learning and those of us who missed out on this learning are discovering a sad but inspirational part of our history. Na, Kirsten Smith, Ngā Ratonga Maori, Ngā Kete Wānanga o Ōtautahi.

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